Kate Garraway, 50, reveals her foundation!
Kate Garraway always looks amazing on Good Morning Britain and on her Instagram she revealed her makeup bag contents, including her foundation of choice – the Perricone No Makeup Foundation which costs £45
Kate Garraway always looks incredible on Good Morning Britain, wowing viewers with her obtainable outfit choices. But it was her makeup that really got fans talking this week. The mother-of-two gave her followers a sneak peek inside her makeup bag on Monday, uploading a shot on Instagram showing her getting her makeup applied by celebrity makeup artist Suzie Narden. Thesnapshot revealed the 50-year-old’s choice of foundation – the No Makeup Foundation by Perricone, which retails at £45. Available in five shades, it offers instant luminous coverage which corrects, evens out skin tone and smoothes out the skin’s texture in a flash. It also has an SPF of 30 and includes a scientific element – it is formulated with Alpha Lipioc Acid, which helps minimize fine lines, large pores and keeps wrinkles at bay. And let’s face it, if it makes us look as youthful as Kate, why not!?
The secret behind Kate’s amazing skin has been revealed
ITV viewers have been praising Kate’s fashion choices of late – including a stunning pastel suit she donned on Friday morning. The mint green long-line blazer Kate choose to wear was from high street store ZARA, retailing at £79.99, which she teamed with a simple white camisole from Oasis and matching mint green trousers, priced at £39.99, also from the Spanish brand. The eye-catching outfit proved a big hit with viewers, who flocked to Instagram to offer their praise for her spring time style. Minty hues are a huge trend this season so the striking suit was the perfect choice for the Good Morning Britain host.
Kate uses Perricone’s No Makeup Foundation, priced at £45
Every time Kate appears on TV, you can bet that her to-go-to stylist Debbie Harper is behind her outfit. Debbie documents Kate’s latest fashion choices on her popular Instagram account ‘Debbie Dresses’ and her work features an abundance of high street steals.